History of the Institutionalisation of Antarctic Research (Expert Group)

Publications

From 2013 onwards, workshops were organised jointly with the Social Sciences group.  Reports from these joint workshops are posted on the Humanities Publications page.


2012

8th Meeting of SCAR History Expert Group, Portland (USA), 2012


2011

7th Meeting of SCAR History Expert Group, Stellenbosch (South Africa), 2011


History Workshop: 'Exploring Ice and Snow in the Cold War', Munich (Germany), 2011


2010

6th Meeting of SCAR History Action Group, Buenos Aires (Argentina), 2010


International Polar Year Science Conference, Oslo (Norway), 2010


2009

5th Meeting of SCAR History Action Group, Washington D.C. (USA), 2009


2008

4th Meeting of the SCAR History Action Group, St. Petersburg (Russia), 2008


Publications from the 4th meeting:

  • Berkman, P.A. (2009). Common interests in the international space of Antarctica. Polar Record, 46 (236), 167-175, 7-9.
  • Elzinga, A. (2009). Through the lens of the polar years: changing characteristics of polar research in historical perspective. Polar Record, 45 (235), 167-175.
  • Gan, I. (2009). 'Will the Russians abandon Mirny to the penguins after 1959 . . . or will they stay?' Polar Record, 45 (233), 167-175.


2007

3rd Meeting of the SCAR History Action Group, Columbus (Ohio, USA), 2007


Publications from the 3rd meeting

  • Proceedings of the 3rd SCAR Workshop on the History of Antarctic Research, published by the Byrd Polar Research Center in Columbus, Ohio, USA.


2006

2nd Meeting of SCAR History Action Group, Santiago (Chile), 2006


Publications from the 2nd meeting:

  • Proceedings of the 2nd History Group Workshop
  • Moore, J.K. (2008). Particular generalisation: the Antarctic Treaty of 1959 in relation to the anti-nuclear movement. Polar Record, 44 (229), 115-125.


2005

1st Meeting of the History Action Group, Munich (Germany), 2005


Publications from the 1st meeting:


History Group Formation

acrobatProposal to Delegates at XXVIII SCAR in Bremerhaven 2004 to form the SCAR History Action Group